Background and activities
PI of the Trondheim Early Secure Study (TESS) https://www.ntnu.no/tidlig-trygg
Determinants for development and change in
- mental health problems in children and adolescents
- social inclusion and exclusion, peer relations and social competence
- school adjustment and the student-teacher relationship
- social media use and Internet gaming
- understanding and regulation of emotions
- attachment and attachment disorders
- executive functioning
- physical activity
- weight and eating
- spouse and parent-child relationships
Ongoing Research Projects
TESS - The Trondheim Early Secure Study https://www.ntnu.no/tidlig-trygg
Mental Health of Adolescents in Residential Youth Care https://www.ntnu.no/rkbu/psykisk-helse-hos-barn-i-barnevern
Young in Norway https://blogg.hioa.no/ung-i-norge
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2020) Prevalence and stability of insomnia from preschool to early adolescence: a prospective cohort study in Norway. BMJ Paediatrics Open.
- (2020) The co-occurrence between symptoms of internet gaming disorder and psychiatric disorders in childhood and adolescence: prospective relations or common causes?. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines.
- (2020) Prevalence and stability of insufficient sleep measured by actigraphy: a prospective community study. Pediatric Research.
- (2019) Emotional Over- and Undereating in Children: A Longitudinal Analysis of Child and Contextual Predictors. Child Development. vol. 90 (6).
- (2019) Prospective Bidirectional Associations between Attachment and Depressive Symptoms from Middle Childhood to Adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. vol. 48.
- (2019) Parental predictors of children’s executive functioning from ages 6 to 10. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. vol. 37 (3).
- (2019) Time Spent Gaming and Social Competence in Children: Reciprocal Effects Across Childhood. Child Development.
- (2019) Association Between Objectively Measured Sleep Duration and Symptoms of Psychiatric Disorders in Middle Childhood. JAMA Network Open. vol. 2 (12).
- (2019) Validity of reactive attachment disorder and disinhibited social engagement disorder in adolescence. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
- (2019) Perceived social support among adolescents in Residential Youth Care. Child & Family Social Work.
- (2019) Screen time and the development of emotion understanding from age 4 to age 8: A community study. British Journal of Developmental Psychology. vol. 37 (3).
- (2019) Parents' personality-disorder symptoms predict children's symptoms of anxiety and depressive disorders - a prospective cohort study. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. vol. 47 (12).
- (2019) Time Spent Gaming and Psychiatric Symptoms in Childhood: Cross-Sectional Associations and Longitudinal Effects. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
- (2018) Predictors of eating behavior in middle childhood: A hybrid fixed effects model. Developmental Psychology. vol. 54 (6).
- (2018) Selection for special education services: the role of gender and socio-economic status. European Journal of Special Needs Education. vol. 33 (4).
- (2018) Effects of special education on academic achievement and task motivation: a propensity-score and fixed-effects approach. European Journal of Special Needs Education.
- (2018) Young children's television viewing and the quality of their interactions with parents: A prospective community study. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. vol. 59 (5).
- (2018) Cohort Profile: The Trondheim Early Secure Study (TESS)—a study of mental health, psychosocial development and health behaviour from preschool to adolescence. International Journal of Epidemiology. vol. 47 (5).
- (2018) Symptoms of Internet Gaming Disorder in Youth: Predictors and Comorbidity. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. vol. 47.
- (2018) Predictors of Physical Activity in Middle Childhood. A Fixed-effects Regression Approach. Frontiers In Public Health. vol. 6 (305).